Price

£4850.00

This object is eligible for a Certificate of BADA Provenance

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About the object

Dated: 1780 Midlands or Northern England

An earthenware slipware circular dish made during the late 18th century in the Midlands or Northern England.The dish has a plain rim and decorated on a dark brown ground with a trailing cream-colored slip.The lead glaze is in remarkably fine condition.

Diameter: 10.75 inches

Current Condition: The dish is in very good condition with only typical minor wear related to and commensurate with age.

Provenance: Hugh Russell Collection England.

Literature: Page 13 figure 64 illustrates a similar dish in Leslie B.Grigsby reference book titled English Slip-Decorated Earthenware at Williamsburg published by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Virginia USA.

Circa 1780

Dimensions

Diameter: 10.75inch

Condition report

The dish is in very good condition with only typical minor wear related to and commensurate with age.

Stock number

0031